#BalanceforBetter – International Women’s Day

There are some fantastic female members in Hull City Council’s leadership team, including the Deputy Chief Executive, Trish Dalby, Director of Children, Young People and Families, Alison Murphy and Director of Public Health, Julia Weldon.

The theme is #BalanceforBetter highlights all of the fantastic work the council do and how balanced gender is in the senior management team and the council as a whole.

Julia Weldon, Director of Public Health:

“I am proud to be a director in Hull, and it is important to have a gender balance in our senior leadership team.

“My journey from nurse training to being a Corporate Director  in Hull has been underpinned by having coaching and mentoring from some exceptional women who gave generously of themselves to enable me to grow and develop and have the confidence and competence to aspire to be the best I could be.

“I want all women and girls to have the opportunity to dream big and not be hampered by stereotype or held back as a result of gender inequality. I now try and offer my support and guidance just as generously to the women who are our future leaders and directors.”

Watch the videos below to hear what Deputy Chief Executive, Trish Dalby and Director of Children, Young People and Families, Alison Murphy have to say in support of International Women’s Day 2019.

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